Books in category Games – Puzzles

  • Challenging Mazes

    Challenging Mazes
    Lee Daniel Quinn

    Here are 48 unusually subtle and varied mazes to thread through, including several types which are new to the ancient puzzle form.

  • Amusements in Mathematics

    Amusements in Mathematics
    Henry E. Dudeney


  • Mini Sudoku 6x6 Easy Volume 44 276 Puzzles

    Mini Sudoku 6×6 – Easy – Volume 44 – 276 Puzzles
    Nick Snels

    This book is ideal for beginners to learn how to play Mini Sudoku and get familiar with this amazing and entertaining logic puzzle. Once you pick up this book, you won't be able to put it back down. You have been warned!

  • Sudoku Irregular Para CrianĂ as 6x6 FĂ cil ao DifĂ cil Volume 1 145 Jogos

    Sudoku Irregular Para Crianças 6×6 – Fácil ao DifĂ­cil – Volume 1 – 145 Jogos
    Nick Snels

    Sudoku Irregular Ă© um jogo lĂłgico divertido e viciante.

  • Better Chess for Average Players

    Better Chess for Average Players
    Tim Harding

    Clear, straightforward guide covers fundamentals of attacking and positional play, the endgame, assessing positions and choosing moves, difficult positions, time-trouble, much more. 384 diagrams.

  • USA TODAY Sudoku X and Mini Sudoku

    USA TODAY Sudoku X and Mini Sudoku
    USA Today

    "You can be sitting in the train working a puzzle but it can take you far away from the everyday.

  • The Canterbury Puzzles

    The Canterbury Puzzles
    H. E. Dudeney

    This book includes 110 puzzles, not as individual problems but as incidents in connected stories.

  • Sudoku For Dummies Volume 2

    Sudoku For Dummies, Volume 2
    Andrew Heron, Edmund James

    Additionally, readers receive all puzzle solutions in the back of the book. Finally, Sudoku For Dummies, Volume 2 includes a brief history of Sudoku (or Su Doku) for those interested.

  • The Moscow Puzzles

    The Moscow Puzzles
    Boris A. Kordemsky

    A collection of math and logic puzzles features number games, magic squares, tricks, problems with dominoes and dice, and cross sums, in addition to other intellectual teasers.

  • Where s the Zombie

    Where’s the Zombie?
    Michael O’Mara

    The virus is spreading and nowhere is safe.

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